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i used to use NOD32.. loved it! hardly any resources used.. but the new version disappoints me.. its a shame.. oh well.. still haven't found anything for vista that isn't gonna slow it down
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I'm testing a new beta AV right now called Vipre and have only had it a couple days.It slows things down a bit during a scan but is fast,only 15 mins for a deep scan of 62GB on my HDD.Had a problem with Thunderbird so I turned off email scanning for now.I like their antispyware so I thought I would give it a try but I usually don't run AV.
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don't click stuff
This just isn't a viable solution for everyone. My computer is a media hub of backed up information over several years. It has system of shared folders where the roommates in my house can upload or download from and it streams to 4 xbox media centers. "Don't click stuff" just doesn't cut it. I need to have constant 100% automated file monitoring on my shared folders 24/7.

The funny thing is that despite this, I've been leaving protection to my router for years with almost no problems. I say almost because about once or twice a year some one gets a bunch of spyware and it propogates like mad. This is what's made me think I need to look into protection. Other than that I can't remember when i've last had a virus o.O
    
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For your own sake - please use Avast - it saves me lots when I go on downloading sprees trying to get software
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